Your itinerary on Christmas Day is as follows:
Open presents: When you were a kid, this was a process that easily lasted from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., but now lasts about 20 minutes, and that's if you're laying it on thick with the gratitude and holiday spirit.
Sit around and do nothing: Maybe you're messing around with the loot stacked under your tree, or maybe you got sucked in by that hopelessly edited-for-time cut of A Christmas Story. Whatever it is, you're not mixing it up with your friends or having a particularly good time.
Boise Weekly has an escape plan. DJ Doug Martsch, the thinly disguised frontman of Built to Spill, is taking time out of his busy schedule to spin a free set at Neurolux. The doors open at 10 p.m., so you can spend all afternoon fiddling with that dialysis machine Santa gave you and still have time to hit the show.